Headboards. Wednesday , June 13th , 2018 - 13:20:37 PM
In today`s modern times when we live in better heated and better insulated buildings the function of a headboard has changed. Nowadays headboards are used to hold the Pillows or bed linens. The headboard can perform a variety of functions. It can be used for simple storage. You can use the headboard to hold pillows and bed linens or you can design it to contain a bookshelf and keep a few books or other items on it. The headboard also performs a number of comfort functions. When you are watching TV or reading a book you can sit up and lean against the headboard. Headboards can be very comfortable and may be accompanied by a spragging board at the foot of the bed. The spragging board can also be used for storage or to provide comfort for the feet.
The most common material used in making headboards is wood. Over the past years. manufacturers and designers of beds have improved and refined the production of headboards. There is currently a wide range of contemporary brass headboards being produced. Designs of headboards were continuously improved in order to cater to the modern look people are looking for. There were also modifications in the colors of wood. Due to these improvements. there is now a good variety of designs and materials you can choose from. Selecting the best design and color that can match your bedroom is something you should do when buying a headboard.
Types Of Headboards. Metal Headboards. Metal headboards are a common choice for furnishing modern looking bedrooms. Mostly curvy shaped, they are usually made from metal rods such as wrought iron, brass metal, brushed aluminium or stainless steel. Depending on the type of material your headboard is made from, you can give your bed either an antique design if you go for iron or a sophisticated look if you choose a stainless steel version.
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